SCATE Technologies Joins Dassault's CAA V5 Adopter Program

ORION, Mich.—(BUSINESS WIRE)—January 18, 2007— SCATE(R) Technologies, Inc. announced today that it has joined the Dassault Systemes CAA V5 Adopter Program.

The agreement between SCATE(R) and Dassault Systemes means that SCATE(R) will now be able to offer SCATE's MVV(R) (Multi-Vector Vision) software and services suite to CATIA(R) V5 users. SCATE released MVV(R) in January 2006 for the NX(R) (previously Unigraphics(R)) CAD platform, and it has helped some corporations save well over $500 million by reducing design and development costs, and by creating cost avoidance opportunities. The agreement with Dassault Systemes will dramatically increase the market opportunities for MVV(R) by making it available for the tremendously popular CATIA(R) V5 platform.

Multi-Vector Vision is used by organizations that have analysis and governmental reporting requirements for vision and obscuration studies such as cockpit/instrument panel visibility, angular forward vision, 3D visual mass, and day/night visibility. MVV(R) is revolutionary in that it "quantifies" and "ranks" various designs for their visual effectiveness in a completely virtual setting using SCATE's trademarked VMU(R) (Visual Mass Unit) unit of measure. MVV(R) performs studies on raw computer-aided design (CAD) data, thus enabling the user to catch vision and ergonomic design flaws before they reach engineering and prototype phases, or worse... the production phase.

"By becoming a CAA V5 Adopter, SCATE has gained access to the complete CATIA(R) V5 development environment and all of the tools and support needed to ensure seamless integration with CATIA(R) V5," said Steve Sadler, SCATE(R) President and CEO. "While the NX(R) market is substantial, the CATIA(R) V5 market is far larger, and dramatically expands the potential customer base for MVV(R)," added Sadler.

For more information, please visit: http://www.scate.com/services/mvv.

SCATE(R) Technologies, Inc. is a privately-held Orion, Michigan-based technology company that focuses on making complex software applications simple to use and applicable to any industry. These technologies are changing the way companies do business by saving them time, costs, and enabling them to rapidly capture and share best practices.

SCATE(R) is a registered service mark of SCATE(R) Technologies, Inc. MVV(R), VMU(R) and the MVV(R) logo are registered trademarks of SCATE(R) Technologies, Inc. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

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